Walker County Arrest Report For Dec. 23-29

Monday, December 30, 2013

Here is the Walker County arrest report for Dec. 23-29:

DEERING WILLIAM BARRY W/M 54 Officer TATE SUSPENDED LICENSE, RECLESS DRIVING,FLEEING, DRIVING ON WRONG SIDE OF ROAD,ALTERED TAG, NO INSURANCE
FERREE ROBERT DANIEL W/M 35 PROBATION PROBATION VIOLATION
WILSON JR DAVID ANTHONY W/M 22 Officer DENNY SPEEDING,SUSPENDED LICENSE,DUI,NO INSURANCE,EXPIRED REGISTRATION,OPEN CONTAINER
GAINES THOMAS CLIFTON W/M 25 Officer SUMMERS PROBATION VIOLATION, POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
MCLEMORE ZACHARY CLINTON W/M 21 Officer STEELE AGG ASSAULT
BROOME DACODA LEE W/M 23 Officer CLARK FORGERY 4TH DEGREE 
HOLCOMB JEFFERY LEE W/M 52 Officer CLIFT SHOPLIFTING –MISD
GRISHAM MARONDA LYNN W/F 32 Officer CLIFT SHOPLIFTING –MISD
BLASSINGAME KIMBERLY DAWN W/F 30 Officer TERRY SHOPLIFTING -MISD
SHIELDS MIKE RAY W/M 59 Officer WEBBER PUI
GONZALES LISANDRO ANIBAL H/M 23 Officer MASSENGALE NO INSURANCE, NO LISENSE
THOMAS FARRAH HOPE W/F 36 Officer CLARK FINANCIAL TRANSACTION FRAUD

BAKER TRACY DEANNA W/F 36 Officer MORRIS DRIVING ON SUSPENDED LICENSE/DUI
TERBEEK JOHNATHAN GREGORY W/M 27 Officer BREWER FAILURE TO REGISTER AS A SEX OFFENDER
PATTERSON CRYSTAL NICOLE W/F 27 Officer STANFIELD OBSTRUCTION/THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING-MISD
MERRELL TIFFANY NICOLE W/F 24 Officer TERRY THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING-MISD
STARR TINA MARIE W/F 47 Officer TERRY THEFT BY SHOPLIFTING-FEL
GREEN JEFFREY LYNN W/M 44 Officer DENNY POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA – LESS THAN 1 OZ
TATE DONATHY JONETH W/F 31 Officer CHAPMAN ***
TATE DAVID ALLEN W/M 47 Officer CHAPMAN ***

FUOSS WILLIAM LEE WM 52 Officer SIMPSON BATTERY, SIMPLE BATTERY (FVA), CRIMINAL TRESPASS
HESS STEVEN LEE WM 56 Officer PHILPOTT AGG ASSAULT
HESS ROBERT LEE WM 30 Officer PHILPOTT BATTERY (FVA)
GRIM WILLIAM CHASE WM 21 WALK IN RETURN FROM FURLOUGH

VEAL MARK ROGER WM 30 Officer MILLER PROBATION VIOLATION (M)
HESS STEPHEN LEE WM 56 Officer BRADLEY RETURN FROM HMC
DAWSON JERRY WAYNE WM 29 Officer BRADLEY TURNED IN FOR PDC
EVANS MELISSA COLLEEN WF 48 Officer REYNOLDS DISORDERLY CONDUCT
MARTIN DENVER LEROY WM 37 Officer BUCKLES DISORDERLY CONDUCT, OBSTRUCTION

JACKSON BRAXTON LAMAR B/M 41 Officer CAMPBELL BATTERY FVA
PRATER TYLER HUDSON W/M 22 Officer GRIFFIN DRIVING W/ SUSPENDED LICENSE, SPEEDING
ACKLIN LARRY JOSEPH JR B/M 30 Officer BAKER FAILURE TO APPEAR
ROGERS MATTHEW CARTHELL W/M 26 Officer GRIFFIN POSSESSION MARIJUANA LESS THAN 1 OZ
MOTLEY ROBERT DANIEL W/M 33 Officer KELLY DISORDERLY CONDUCT
JOHNSON JAMES THOMAS W/M 37 Officer STANFIELD TRANSPORT BACK CATOOSA
JUV JUV JUV W/M 10 Officer DENNY JUV
GROOMS CHRISTOPHER CHARLES W/M 27 Officer TERRY FAILURE TO APPEAR
SMITH BASSELL SHANE PAUL W/M 37 Officer GASS DUI/FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE







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